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BCOBanco
BCOBoston Classical Orchestra (Boston, MA)
BCOBooking Centre Online (Spain)
BCOBargain Catalog Outlet
BCOBritish Council for Offices (UK)
BCOBMC Capacity Optimization (software)
BCOBuilding Code Official (various locations)
BCOBoulder, Colorado
BCOBattalion Commanding Officer (US Navy)
BCOBureau of Charitable Organizations (Pennsylvania)
BCOBiodiversity Convention Office (Canada)
BCOBeneficial Cargo Owner (importer of record who takes possession of cargo at destination)
BCOBuilding Control Officer (UK)
BCOBuilding Communication Opportunities (development alliance)
BCOBaker College Online (Michigan)
BCOBasic Center Operations
BCOBonded Concrete Overlay
BCOBallast Control Operator (offshore drilling)
BCOBinary Coded Octal
BCOBlock Coincidence (robotics)
BCOBusiness Capacity Owner
BCOBattery Control Officer
BCOBase Central Office
BCOBelmont Community Organization
BCOBristol Concert Orchestra (Bristol, UK)
BCOBattery Cut-Off
BCOBase Communications Officer
BCOBase Contracting Office
BCOBird Carvers Online
BCOBasket Club d'Orchies (French basketball club)
BCOBranch Compliance Officer
BCOBridge Cutoff
BCOBoa Constrictor Occidentalis (herpetoculture)
BCOBusiness Conduct Office
BCOBright Class O (insulation)
BCOBroomfield Civic Orchestra (Broomfield, CO)
BCOBidability/Constructability/Operability
BCOBroad Concept of Operations
BCOBalcones Community Orchestra (Austin, TX)
BCOBombardment Control Officer
BCOBounded Crystal Orbital
BCOBadminton Club Orangeois (French badminton club)
BCOBasket Club Octeville (French basketball club)
BCOBarrack Control Officer
BCOBye Control Officer
BCOBasket Club Ostwald (French basketball club)
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Tracy Boak is an attorney who spent 12 years in the public sector, including as director of the Pennsylvania Department of State's Bureau of Charitable Organizations, the agency responsible for the administration and enforcement of the state's charitable solicitation law.
Organizations were developing Web sites and there was media interest in how nonprofits were using the Web to fundraise, recalled Karl Emerson, former director of the Pennsylvania Bureau of Charitable Organizations who served as president of NASCO in 1999.
The Pennsylvania Bureau of Charitable Organizations received 373 complaints in 2008.
You just finished reading some back issues of The NonProfit Times that were in your office when you arrived, including a couple of columns by the former director of the Pennsylvania Bureau of Charitable Organizations who recently retired and is now in private practice.
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